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I was a <em>China Daily</em> censor

I was a China Daily censor

Fairfax and Sky News have just signed deals with Chinese state-run media, including China Daily. A former China Daily "polisher" gives an inside look into how the Communist Party propaganda organ is run.

Australian media deals kowtow to China’s brutal regime

Australian media deals kowtow to China’s brutal regime

Fairfax and Sky News have taken their 30 pieces of silver from China's state-run media.

What’s black and white and red all over? Aussie media outlets sign China deals

What’s black and white and red all over? Aussie media outlets sign China deals

Fairfax and Sky have agreed to carry content from Chinese media agencies -- but media censorship issues haunt the deals. Myriam Robin and Michael Sainsbury report.

Media briefs: China media revolt … Twitter typo … iconic fire photo …

Media briefs: China media revolt … Twitter typo … iconic fire photo …

Drama at the Southern Weekend, the outspoken newspaper whose editorial staff went on an unprecedented strike due to propaganda-chief meddling earlier this week, continues to ripple outwards. Plus other media news of the day.

When the censor writes the editorial: how China responded

When the censor writes the editorial: how China responded

In an ominous sign of what might be to come from China's new leadership, ham-fisted censorship of a newspaper editorial has led to a strike, protests on the street and outrage online, writes Beijing-based Kway Teow.

China and the growing global reach of state-owned media

China and the growing global reach of state-owned media

Chinese state media has begun popping up in places around the world. William Mackenzie, a foreign journalist working for CRI in Beijing, argues the whole murky apparatus is not just Orwellian but unprecedented.

Chinese activate ‘zoushuangai’ media: will it free the press?

Chinese activate ‘zoushuangai’ media: will it free the press?

The Chinese media landscape is changing, exciting and worrying local journalists. Is the firm hand of government control easing as proprietors are told to embrace commercialism and Western practice?